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`        The volume strength of 1.5 N H2O2 is =1.5×5.6=8.4  Now the Question is... How 5.6??? Anyone here to solve this... `
6 months ago

Arun
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```							Dear student you can solve this way if you don't want to remember formula.  1.5 N means 1.5 g eqwt in 1 L solution. N= weight/eq.wt (eq wt for hydrogen peroxide = 17 g) Therefore, 1.5 = wt/17 or wt = 1.5 X17 = 25.5 g Now, from equation we know that 68 g of H2O2 gives 22.4 L of Oxygen. Therefore, 25.5 g of Hydrogen peroxide gives- 22.4 X25.5/68 = 8.4 L
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6 months ago
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